Thursday, July 29, 2010
It's no catch and release , this one.
A Tun, he may be, but in the curt of law, Tun-kah, Datuk-kah is not suppose to matter.
I am sure that those die hard opposition supporters will claim all sorts of 'get-out-of-jail' card that Uncle Ling might use, in particular the one so often claimed that is linked to another Tun.
I am afraid, not this time.
The NST has the charge reported here, whereas The Star preferred to focus on a certain Malaysian and his French-ly named friend amidst his reported debauchery of sparkling liquids. Sure they had their updates, but it was nowhere as complete as what The NST reported. Syabas to my counterparts there.
Looks like the de-listing will do them good.
Back to the big fish, how will it pan out? I am certain that there will be others too, for one man cannot be responsible for miscalculating RM25 per sq ft on a 999.5 acre site right?
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
"Two new water skis for ops at Malacca RiverMALACCA: Patrol and rescue teams will operate along Malacca River and around the state’s coast using two Sea-Doo 1500cc water skis, the first-of-its-kind in Malaysia.
This is a collaboration between the state marine police and the tourist police unit.
State Deputy Chief Police Officer SAC II Datuk Kamal Pasha Jamal said the teams would be in action during public events, rescue efforts or when carrying out operations based on requests.
The launch took place on Sunday evening along the Malacca River in Banda Hilir, witnessed by Governor Tun Mohd Khalil Yaakob, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam and other state representatives."
WTF!! What were they thinking off?? Are we somewhere in Florida?? Do we have so much crime on our waterways that warrant jet skis??
How long does the jetski go before it needs refuelling?? I have heard of the Malacca river being cleaned up, but is it even that clean to get a couple of mouthfuls??
So many questions, so little answers!!
Friday, July 23, 2010
But this is too good to give it a miss!
So for all you Satan worshippers! Away with the Devil!
.......or so says the Mufti of Perak!
There are all kinds of worshippers......
I know some worship numbers!
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Mr Sim clarifies himself! Here
As expected, Sim is simply saying that his statements has been put out of context by the Star's Ian McIntyre, as well as the editors for choosing a header like the one seen 'Penang may ban low cost homes'.
Sim is of the view that 'affordable' homes are the way to go.
What is affordable, Mr Sim? To someone who earns Rm2,000.00, how do you clarify affordable?
But I suspect, this is the scheme of things. I came across this videos from The Star. So is 1 + 1 = 2?
updated 23 July 2010
I couldn't believe my eyes when I read this! Penang may ban low cost homes!
If the Pantai Jerejak Assemblyman is correct, he is saying that the State Government is considering to ban the building of low cost homes.
What does he mean by this? Low cost housing is spread all over the island, and as in the same anywhere else in other cities, the policy of having low cost schemes in each urban area is not limited only to the 'slums'.
For example, in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur itself, there is public housing, so even in affluent areas, you have a pocket of low cost housing for the working class. Though this itself presents arguments of pros and cons, it has been working all along for the government.
So if I were to believe Sim (and this is hard to misquote) he is saying that they are mulling this because of shortage of land? Then where does he propose to house the working class of Penang Island? Did he even thought of this?
To be fair, he also said in the same breath that they will also be banning the building of three storey houses for the affluent.
So no more space for the rich and poor in Penang? Good luck Mr Sim if you want to win their votes in the next election.
Ooops! Pantai Jerejak where he was voted reps has mostly high end high rise condominiums....smart guy this one eh?
Monday, July 19, 2010
Given the problems of drug takers on the rise, I strongly believe in the punishment meted out to those who traffic in them.
But, there are those who believe that these people be spared. For example, Yong VK who had tried to bring in drugs to Singapore.
How are we going to appeal for his sentence when we ourselves are going to hang the 3??
Singapore has hanged people before for drug trafficking, and to my knowledge (and also research through public domain) none on death row for drug trafficking has had their sentence commuted.
How is it that there are those of you out there who are ever so willing to sign on petitions, yet turn a blind eye to a vagrant, ar a druggie on the streets? Ask yourself that, will you?
Read here to find out more, and ask yourself if you can open your doors to them before going around signing petitions.
I didn't sign it simply because I think that Malaysia is right in hanging these people.
There we put aside our differences and enjoy the company of a group that started out of legal action!
Yup. From the word go when NSTP took on Rocky Bru and Jeff Ooi, the group became biger and bigger.
That was also when we would have weekly visitors, and Dalilah was one of tehm, more better known as Raden Galoh.
She appeared on 'Blog's' over RTM 1, and that is when she openly shared her battle wth cancer, which ultimately took her away.
Away to a better place where her suffering is no more.
may she rest in peace. Read more from Elviza and Ena.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
The questions posed by MP Nurul Izzah (who questioned the need to award the upcoming implementation of AES -Automated Enforcement System- to two foreign represented vendors) seemed a little odd to me, especially so when she chose to question the award yet presented nothing in her argument to do so.
Quite naturally, after all she chose to 'expose' this via her blog and also some other 'portals', i.e freemalaysiatoday, malaysian insider, and of course, the same was previously touched by the fugitive.
I know it's all done with good intentions, which is to ensure good governance, and so forth.
I am all for that, but let's see what Nurul brought to the table shall we?
According to her, the companies that were jointly awarded the contract (she did not give the names, but according to my sources, it COULD be Jenoptik ROBOT AG, represented by two sales partners in Malaysia, Rieckermann (M) Sdn Bhd, in Kelana Jaya, and Linden Bucks Technology Supplies Sdn Bhd, in Mega Mendung KL and the other, PRESUMABLY Redflex Traffic Systems Inc) instead of TESS Capital Sdn Bhd.
Tess Capital Sdn Bhd Executive Director, Soh Joon Hang was quoted as saying that he had suspected that there was some hanky panky prior to the awarding of the contract to the two foreign firms instead of his company.
Tess had claimed that it was in the possession of made in Malaysia technology from his MSC endorsed company. But checks on TESS Capital online via the internet revealed no website nor systems linked to a'TESS CAPITAL' but interestingly, there was some connection with a 'Sergio' who listed his Project Management experience for the Victoria State AES which went awry. It seems, at least according to 'Sergio', his colleagues have gone to work for a very wealthy Malaysian who helped get them jobs in Malaysia.
Funny enough, the company which had to voluntarily go into insolvency was Poltech International which is closely linked to Locktronic Systems, both Australian companies. Poltech at the time of their troubles, was 'saved' by .....you guessed it! A Malaysian tycoon.....and is no other than.....
Anyways, the long story short, TESS Capital with all its home grown claim had actually listed it's office at
No 26-3 Persiaran 65C, off Jalan Pahang Barat, KL.
It could be just a coincidence that the office is closely linked to the saviour of Poltech, but whichever way you look at it, TESS Capital is too close to Poltech for it to claim it as homegrown.
So why didn't Nurul Izzah have her poeple check this for her before opening this can of worms?
Again, coincidentally while her dad is going on his knees pleading with his American Jewish friends to understand him, here his daughter is asking why the Ministry of Transport has chosen two very proven systems in both ROBOT and Redflex to begin with, and lobbying for Tess Capital.
Well, all I am asking is why didn't Nurul Izzah tell us about Tess capital if she believes that much in it?
Oh...just so you know, ......Chan Kong Choy (remember that out of job former MCA bigwig?) was already talking about his Ministry's intention (back then) to implement the solution in 2006!
So YB, isn's TESS The Eager Solution Seller here?
Friday, July 09, 2010
Promises to make good council elections. Hmmmmmmmm.
Promises to have MP classes. Hmmmmmmmmm
So yesterday was when the councillors would have retired after another year of service.
I learnt some two months back that my daughter's kindy was shut down by MPSj, on the request of one such councillor! Yup. And we were told that concillors cannot interfere with the enforcement on municipality laws and by laws.
Apparently, the license of the kindy had expired round about March of 2008, and because there was a change in government, there was an apparent change in policy of renewal. Guess what? They submitted that renewal, but never did get any response, until now!
According to the owner, they got their license when first opened for business sometime in the 90s and have been operating without any problems. In fact, the kindy have seen most of their students moving on to a SRJK(C) nearby without any hitches until now.
According to the enforcement officer, the councilor's specific instruction was to seal the premises at 3.00am!! talk about high handedness!
Following that, she was asked to appeal to the councilor or the office of the ADUN.
It has been two months since, and from what I hear, there is a requirement that you need the signatures of 40 households that do not object to your kindergarten before it is allowed to operate.
So I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that the councilor was dropped for her over zealousness.
But that has not ended, has it? Should the state government know that renewals must be done before expiry? How efficient have they been in allowing the re-appointments at a last minute. excuses like not enough details of the new councilors and so on do not gel!
It seems, the wav of change we expected did not materialise at all! More like changing for a different kind, not better kind. something like that.
Did the change bring better change in my life? Certainly not. I am not sure if yours worked out for you. All I am saying is it did not work out for me.
Thursday, July 08, 2010
You see, CI had showcased a crime that involved 'Arsenic poisoning', the very claim that Anwar had made whilst he was imprisoned for that act. In the case of CI, someone had attempted successfully to poison by inducing 'Colchacine' a medication commonly used for Ghout. On the warning label of the bottle, it clearly states 'Harmful if consumed beyond recommended dosage'. As in the case, a prolonged exposure to high levels of Colchacine presents sympthoms of arsenic poisoning.
Which bring s me back to the revelation of Zulkifli Noordin who implicated himself as the one of the 'leading few' who concocted the Arsenic poisoning story that heaped symphathy to Anwar.
Unlike other poisons, arsenic is not easily expunged from the system. As such, to have been exposed to 7 years of arsenic poisoning and still walking let alone buggering, is a miracle itself!
Hail all you who suffer from arsenic poisoning, its time to check Anwar in to a facility to extract his dna as antidote for those suffering the same!
Friday, July 02, 2010
I experienced the 'moderation' that he helped introduce into our school system. Thank you, Anwar.
I attribute it to him, on how the death of missionary schools was engineered when he was the Education Minister. Thank you, Anwar.
Hell, I know of one fellow journalist who cannot forgive Anwar for making his mother and sister 'Tudung' cladding women. For that, he wants to thank Anwar too.
But then again, that's Anwar. he is such a good two faced politician that he is able to stick it to your back and then say that it was you who backed into him!
So, although the Jews now know that they have backed the wrong horse all this while, they are still keen on keeping him as their poster boy, at least to those that still call the shots, like Berman and Wolfowitz, his long time supporters.
So isn't it such an 'Anwar' thing to do when he said 'he should have been more careful'. Yes, he should have been more careful so that when he says it again next time, only behind closed doors. Just like how careful Rock Hudson was in keeping his private life from public eyes.
The point is this, why do we want to keep believing this lying two faced 'ass licker' just like some choose to with a certain bald guy, when they keep shooting their own foot?
Is sorry that cheap these days?
This time round, I suspect that though some may still want to support Anwar, the truth has finally been revealed by Anwar himself. By trying to divert the attention on him by blaming Obama as weak, he has simlpy tried to hard to widen a gorge that he thought would keep the Americans from reaching him.
In a nutshell, Anwar has thrust himself so deep up Jewish asses that he is all covered in Shit! And no amount of ass licking can get him out of it!
The New Ledger's 'Anwar in bad decline'
The Evangelical Outpost 'Anwar Ibrahim:Not the bright spot we hoped for'